Defense IT


Rogers’ nightmare: weaponization of cyber by terrorists

In testimony to lawmakers, Cyber Command chief Adm. Michael Rogers highlighted the potential damage non-state actors could inflict in cyberspace going forward.

DOD, Silicon Valley team up on 'lean startup' approach

Stanford University initiative looks to streamline DOD and intelligence agency tech acquisition.

Air Force adds to deal for cyber weapon system

The service has more than doubled its investment it what it said in January was its first cyber weapon.

Army making 'tremendous' progress in cyber

Officials at a recent conference outlined quickly the Army is filling out its cyber mission force.

Marines put new cyber unit into play

The Marine Corps unveiled a new cyber unit called Marine Corps Cyberspace Warfare Group to man, train and equip its cyberspace mission teams.

Plan for cheap, reusable 'Gremlin' drones moves forward

DARPA has awarded contracts to four companies for the project, which seeks to launch inexpensive UAS from other aircraft and retrieve them mid-air after their missions.

New software opens the door to real-time data sharing for Marines

The Tactical Service Orientated Architecture lets Marines on the battlefield get mission-critical information via mobile device.

Who in DOD made the Fed 100 list?

FCW's annual awards honoring distinguished accomplishments in government IT includes a broad array of defense leaders.

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